Chad Stahelski Says Ghost of Tsushima Movie Script Is Ready

Good news for fans of the critically acclaimed video game Ghost of Tsushima: the movie adaptation is one step closer to becoming a reality. In a recent interview with Total Film, director Chad Stahelski revealed that the script is finished and the team is “very close to getting our shit together on that.”

Chad Stahelski’s Ghost of Tsushima

Stahelski, who is best known for directing the John Wick franchise, is excited to bring the story of Jin Sakai to the big screen. “We have a really great script,” he said. “We have a really good creative team behind it. It’s just about getting all the business end of things locked in.”

The film is still in early development, so there’s no release date yet. However, Stahelski did share some interesting details about his vision for the project. He said that he wants to make the movie entirely in Japanese, with a complete Japanese cast. Sony Pictures is reportedly supportive of this idea, so it’s possible that the Ghost of Tsushima movie could be the first major Hollywood film to be shot entirely in a foreign language.

Stahelski is also committed to making the film as authentic as possible. He’s been working with a team of Japanese cultural experts to ensure that the film accurately depicts the samurai era and Japanese culture.

Fans of the game can expect to see all of their favorite elements represented in the movie, including the stunning visuals, the epic battles, and the emotional story of Jin Sakai’s journey from samurai to Ghost.

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